15 September 2019 (1030 - 1400)
The church was built by William Stark between 1808 and 1810. Stark was born in Dunfermline and was an influential Scottish architect and town planner – he was responsible for the interior of the Signet Library in Edinburgh. The church bell was salvaged from the old church, and still hangs in the belfry.
In the former church session house is the Heritage Society Museum displaying this year’s exhibition.
Note: Only the church is easily accessible, there is an awkward step up into the Museum.
Architect: William Stark
Building Date: 1810
Volunteers will take you on a tour of the old graveyard which is medieval in origin.